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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by 1JKz, Apr 12, 2018.
He was good, support wasn't too bad either.
I'll have to travel outside Stafford.
Getting 2019 planned out.
Jonathan Pie booked.
https://www.staffordgatehousetheatre.co.uk/en-GB/events/roy chubby brown/2019-2-8_19.30/gatehouse_
I've purchased 2 tickets to see Jethro at The Gatehouse in 2019. I've not seen him live before but he really makes me laugh when he's on tv.
He's brilliant live. Saw him at the Gatehouse about 10 years ago.
I've heard Jimmy Carr is doing a warm-up at the Gatehouse, anyone else heard said thing?
I heard; i checked; sold out.
All in 5 minutes.
Kinda missed the boat with Bill Burr too, will just have to watch his Special on Netflix when it's out this year.
Now this guy is funny!
I got an email last night about Jimmy Carr; are you on the Gatehouse's mailing list?
Jimmy Carr presented the retrospective of Kenneth Horne on his hundredth birthday - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00774nb - one day it may be available again.
He seemed a rather odd choice for the role, but it was actually a rather good programme, apart from the bit with Maureen Lipman.
What was up with Maureen Lipman? She's usually good value.
She sort of missed the point, it would have been better to edit her out.
There were layers of jokes in Round the Horne, they put some simple stuff in for people who didn't get the more advanced things, she seemed to be one of those...
Tickets sold out within minutes earlier. I wasn't quick enough x
I was but then i wasn't, due to the privacy thing.
I emailed to say stick me on (after thinking, why didn't i know about this) and so i am, now.
Jimmy Carr has been, so far, the most obscene/controversial comedian i've seen, and i've seen Roy Chubby Brown.
Ed Byrne in Lichfield - October 29th & 30th, if anybody's interested.
We’ve booked in for a few comedy shows.
James Acaster, Ben Elton and Julian Clary at The Gatehouse.
Bought Bill Burr tickets for sons Christmas present in Birmingham.
Not interested in Jimmy Carr, not my cup of tea although I may end up there working that night.